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Feb 24, 2013 12:00pm PST
them calm down, and i call one of our engagement coaches. >> angie was a police officer in the reserves for 12 years and that prepared her for students most days. >> there's been a time when i stood on a cafeteria table and had to settle everybody down so i'm not going to say it's all sunshine and roses. >> she's here for a new program for service members. it's called project at ease, the three engagement coaches are part security guards and part mentors. >> wildcats. >> i talk to them. i've got to be their older brother. >> we have students that need a lot of attention, a lot of support, but they have come such a long way. >> service men and women, some of whom left the battlefield, now fighting to turn around a school and give students a chance at success. >> i want to be the president of the united states or a s.w.a.t. team member. i want to go to college. >> and he l.the majority of the students at the academy were three to four years behind academically, so there's still a lot of work to be done, but thanks to the veterans program organizers tell us the students have more confidenc
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